When we think of moving abroad, particularly to a Spanish-speaking country, we become nervous and intimidated at the daunting idea of having to learn a foreign language. For most baby boomers, the thought of learning Spanish is daunting or seemingly impossible.
The other day I was complaining to one of my daughters about Facebook and the constant changes. “I really don't want to have to learn all the tech stuff. Why can't things be simpler?” I moaned. Her response was, “Dad, no one is asking you to be a programmer or to use complicated programs. But you do have to learn enough to get by. So stop complaining and just do it.”